the last time we saw how I retrieve, store and process Hanzi data to build my (for now basic) statistics for the most common Chinese characters list.
Today I won’t go much further since I’ll just talk about how I managed to present the data I collected in a clearer and more detailed way.
I’ll show you a basic usage of Jinja2, a python package to work with Templates
I’m quite new to this since I usually do not work on web presentation layer and the only other template engine I worked with is JSF for Java (and i didn’t like it much…)
I found Jinja2 really pleasant, and really easy to use. Oh… and funny thing is that “Jinja” (神社 in japanese) means “Shinto Shrine” and Jinja2’s logo is precisely a stylized Shinto Shrine. Not Chinese but still fun to notice the oriental “touch”. Continue reading “The most common Hanzi in Chinese language (part 2)”